Select faces with Color Range Photoshop Layers


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Selecting faces with Color Range

The color range command can be used to create a selection based on specific colors within the image. And of course skin tones tend to fall within a certain range of colors and so we can use the color range command to select skin tones in a photo. And there's actually a somewhat automated way of approaching that selection process. So, let's take a look at the color range command for selecting skin tones. I'll make sure that the image layer that I want to select from is active. In this case I only have the one layer. And then I'll choose Select > Color Range from the menu.

By default, we're working with sampled colors, meaning I need to click within the image to define which colors I want to include in my selection. But I can also choose skin tones. And that means that only skin tones will be included in the selection. And in fact those skin tones are a preset range of color values, I can't modify the range using the eye dropper tools, for example. But I can still adjust th...

Selecting faces with Color Range
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Selecting faces with Color Range provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CC Selections and Layer Masking Workshop

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